The sentence is: ' Why don't there is more grand picture in the book like the baobab's (picture)'. The '-é' is a sign of the possosser, so you use it when you already named the possesion, but you need to name the possesior or correct it. Another example: "-This is your bag?" No, its Géza's". "Ez a te táskád? Nem, ez GézáÉ".